Windows Store Disabled - How to update built-in apps?

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In the scenario where an Enterprise wishes to disable the Windows Store on Windows 10 (1607), how does Microsoft recommend their customers to keep the built-in apps updated without opening the floodgates of patches and updates from Windows Update.

 

 

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From Windows update? each new Windows 10 build usually has updated version of provisioned and built in apps, so the only way would be to install newer builds.